Strawberry Custard Tart
Don't let a strawberry season go by without making this beautiful and delicious strawberry tart.
Other Types of Pies:
This wonderful Buttermilk Pie recipe was shared with me
by my husband's aunt, Lila Scheer of Vancouver, WA. This is a
wonderful, old-fashioned pie. Don't be put off by the buttermilk
- this is a sweet and flavorful pie!
No cooking is required to prepare this easy-to-make dessert that will get you lot of compliments.
Mud Pie - Chart House Mud Pie
This is a signature desserts at the Chart House restaurants. It is a fabulous dessert and so good!
Rebecca's Crustless Custard Pie
Remember the Impossible Pies of the 1970s? The flour settles to the bottom and makes it's own crust. This is healthy, wholesome,
and nourishing dessert with a smooth custard filling and a crunchy golden top. Your family will definitely love this gluten-free pie!
Sherry Cream Pie
This recipe was given to me by my friend, Karen Calanchini, of Redding, California.
Karen says "This is a very old family recipe from my aunt, who is an awesome cook. She used to make it for special occasions and my cousins and I would be very impatient about waiting over eight hours before we could eat any.
I have had the recipe for 37 years."
Shoofly Pie (Wet Bottom)
The origin of the name shoofly pie has been debated for years and will
probably never ultimately be solved. Visit the Lancaster area of Pennsylvania and indulge in a Pennsylvania
Dutch original, the Shoofly Pie. Also know as Shoo-Fly Pie, and Shoo Fly Pie.
Sugar Cream Pies
These three wonderful recipes for the traditional Sugar Cream Pie were shared with me by
Sister Susan Karina Dickey, O.P., Ph.D., Director of Archives & Diocesan Historian, Diocese of Springfield in Illinois. She says,
"Here are three eastern Indiana recipes. All these recipes are from my
family from Wayne County, Indiana."
Chocolate Pecan Pie
This chocolate pecan pie is taken above and beyond the usual pecan pie's
corn-syrupy incarnation. A layer of bittersweet chocolate
adds richness to the dessert while simultaneously balancing
Fig Pecan Pie
I first tasted this delightful fig pecan pie on a trip in western
Australian. This pie is absolutely wonderful! The figs are a delightful
addition to the traditional pecan pie.
The only way this pie could be better tasting is to serve it warm and top with a big scoop of
vanilla ice cream.
Pecan Praline Pie
There is plain pecan pie and there is this
souped-up version that the Southern people make for Thanksgiving dinner.
This is a delicious alternate to the classic pecan pie. Give it a try
and you'll see.
Lemon Thyme Vinegar Pecan Pie
This recipe was shared with me by Alleta Huston of Newberg, Oregon.